A teenager was killed when a Batman ride, struck him on the ground at Six Flags In Georgia, America. Park officials say he was in a restricted area, possibly trying to retrieve a hat, when he was decapitated.
The teenager was seen jumping the fences to retrieve a hat he lost while riding the Batman roller coaster, said Cobb County police Sgt. Dana Pierce. Police have declined to release the teenager's name until an autopsy is completed.
Six Flags said it closed the roller coaster after the Saturday afternoon accident out of respect for the teen's family.
The ride was expected to reopen on Sunday, according to a Six Flags news release as its what the teen would have wanted.
Police said the ride was going full-speed when the teen was struck. The ride's top speed is 50 mph.
No one riding on the roller coaster was injured and the people on the roller coaster thought the blood was a part of the ride.
The teen and his parents were at the park with a group from the Oakey Spring Baptist Church near Springfield, which may explain the lack of common sense.